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Army investigators searched his computer, finding evidence of thousands of State Department and military communiqués and encrypted chats between Manning and an account associated with Wiki Leaks founder Julian Assange.
Manning would ultimately be accused of the biggest leak of government secrets in U. history – a massive disclosure, hundreds of times larger than the Pentagon Papers, composed of more than 700,000 U. intelligence documents including: a July 2007 video of a U. Apache helicopter attack on Iraqi civilians, in which 18 people were killed; nearly 500,000 reports from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan; more than a quarter of a million diplomatic cables from U. embassies around the world; and 779 documents pertaining to Guantánamo Bay.
At Fort Drum, New York, where Manning was posted with the 10th Mountain Division, he was unable to adapt to military discipline and would often scream back at superiors.
He wore a custom dog tag identifying himself as a "humanist." He had a pink cellphone. Raised in Crescent, Oklahoma, a town with "more pews than people," as he put it, he'd come out to his friends at 13, but since joining the Army in 2007 had lived under multiple layers of secrecy, thanks to the military's "don't ask, don't tell" policy. Bullied relentlessly, he suffered anxiety attacks, got into fights, even peed on himself (more than once).
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"Manning hasn't been accused of doing this because he wanted to help Al Qaeda; they just say he put it out there, and any reasonable person would assume that Al Qaeda would have access to it – well, sure, and so would millions of other people."From the moment he was arrested, Manning was denounced as a traitor.
Fox News, unsurprisingly, described him as a "rogue GI." Mike Huckabee argued that "anything less than execution is too kind." The liberal establishment was equally disdainful, ignoring the notion that Manning, a self-described "idealist," was motivated by conscience, seizing instead upon the fact that he had emotional problems. "There wasn't anything about him that was a soldier."To be sure, Manning was an atypical soldier.